NYPD & Microsoft Team Up To Make A $40 Million “Super-Computer”

The New York City Police Department has entered into a joint venture with Microsoft to create a data-collecting “super-computer.”

The computer system will allow law enforcement to access live-video feeds from an extensive network of cameras. The “super-computer” will also reportedly be linked to crime-reports, radiation detectors, and license-plate readers. It will be able to retroactively track the movements of a motor vehicle for a duration of several months.

According to the New York Daily News, New York City will earn 30% of the profits of the sale of this “super-computer” to other cities and countries.

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